PHTS Registry COVID-19 Dashboard
PHTS developed and launched a web based platform to collect COVID-19 infection data in pediatric patients listed for and receiving heart transplantation. Data collection began on April 30, 2020. A dashboard was developed and is released bi-weekly reporting information of the COVID-19 infections entered into the registry. The full dashboard can be found below and is updated regularly.
PHTS COVID-19 Dashboard
PHTS is releasing an updated dashboard every other Monday. The information reported in this dashboard is a direct reflection of data reported to the PHTS registry by participating hospitals as of the date listed on the dashboard. View the full PHTS registry COVID-19 dashboard.
Resources for heart failure and transplant families
Solid Organ Transplantation (SOT) Summary Points for School Entry
The Pediatric Infectious Disease Society for solid organ transplant put together a FAQ for families regarding return to school for pediatric SOT recipients. The document is available on the PIDS HERE
The full publication is available HERE
COVID-19: What Parents Should Know
Check out everything you need to know when it comes to keeping your loved one safe during this pandemic!
COVID-19: Wanna be a Health Hero?
Learn ways to become a health hero!
COVID-19: Why am I Staying Home?
Learn about the importance of social distancing and how to slow the spread of the virus!
For Children with Solid Organ Transplant or Heart Failure
The ACTION, PHTS, IROC, and the Starzl Network societies along with Transplant Families put together a list of questions and answers, submitted by families and providers, to keep you as up to date as possible.
COVID-19: How to Wear a Mask like a Health Hero
Learn how to properly wear a mask and how to encourage your little ones to wear a mask like a Health Hero.
COVID-19: Tips for Teaching Kids to Wear Masks
Tips to encourage your little ones to wear a mask like a Health Hero.
COVID-19: What’s different in the hospital?
Help patients and families understand what is different in the hospital because of COVID-19. (Inpatient poster 11×17)